July 6 can't come soon enough for fans of the Elliott Museum and House of Refuge. That's the date that both of the Historical Society of Martin County's museums are reopening after the COVID-19 imposed shutdown.
The staff has been hard at work behind the scenes energizing the museums and are more than ready to welcome you!
In the gallery space, you can be among the first to see this impressive private collection of 22 classic British motorcycles, owned by Jim and Dee Thomas. The bikes span from the 1930s to the 1970s and represent famous makers such as Triumph, Norton and BSA along with rare makes that include Matchless, Royal Enfield and Velocette.